My final conclusion
after these months I have been able to put my thoughts into words and so --
my opinion on bioshock 2 compared to bioshock
where bioshock is a calm, quiet game where you can listen to footsteps, only try to kill someone when you have enough supplies to do so and big noisy battles are rare bioshock 2 is the complete opposite. Bioshock 2 is a game with alot of explosions, alot of radio chatter compared to the first game, not stealthy what I all really miss about it. Don't get me wrong -- I do not mean that I dislike it, or any part of this great game but it doesn't follow to bioshock
On the other hand, when you were a big daddy in bioshock at the end and you returned to the parts of the game to complete unfinished business you had the same strength and the same ability to take on large groups as in bioshock 2 but that was clearly a way of saying ''You finished the game, all that's left is the boss, this is to finish the rest up easier''
I always felt like something in there was missing, and its that you have to be quiet and cant go around shooting with alot of noise, especially the first few levels. In bioshock 2 the only hard parts were when it was programmed to be hard. Gathering adam = programmed, Big sister = programmed, 'Random' waves of enemies = programmed
While in bioshock the hard parts were when you got careless and you ran in the open and had to face all those hard enemies head on and thus it could be avoided, which gave a more free feel to it.
In bioshock 2 the only choice you have is whether to harvest or save the little sisters because on the rare occasion that you can leave a splicer alone it would always come back to you if you make a noise and even that choice, to harvest or save, is kind of weird because when you harvest the first little sister the others make noises like youre going to rape them. So unless you have some messed up mind you wouldnt enjoy harvesting them, at least not as much as you would saving them
Ending conclusion: Bioshock 2 is all about rushing and explosions and Bioshock 1 is all about taking your time and well placed shots